Issue:  Vol. 45 / No. 19 / 7 May 2015

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Changes sought for Castro plaza

San Francisco officials are again revamping the Castro district's much-maligned Jane Warner Plaza... (read more)

Lawyers weigh in
on marriage case

The U.S. Supreme Court has almost certainly made its decision about the right to marry for same-sex couples. (read more)

Authors submit
SF LGBT history document for review

San Francisco planning and historic preservation officials are currently reviewing... (read more)

SF sheriff wants
body cameras

San Francisco Sheriff Ross Mirkarimi has announced that he plans to start equipping deputies with body cameras. (read more)

Tennessee plaintiffs get
SF welcome at NCLR gala

On April 28, Valeria Tanco and Sophy Jesty were on the floor of the US. Supreme Court. Four days later... (read more)

Actress Maria Bello disdains labels
in new book

Maria Bello has played a tough bar owner, a death-dealing alcohol lobbyist, and a doctor... (read more)

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Dance - Romeo & Juliet, cast to the hilt

San Francisco Ballet closed its season with a blazing performance of Romeo & Juliet, ... (read more)

Film - Pop music before
the killing fields

What is the mysterious force in the universe that every so often creates a bond between us and some exotic corner of the world... (read more)

Out There -
Celebrating bookstores

Last Saturday was Independent Bookstore Day, and Out There was among those who said hooray. (read more)

Out & About -
May flowers

May I offer some May specialities? A potpourri of production values? Dashing dancers, celebrities singing, and actual artists? I may? Why, thank you. (read more)

Theatre - Multicultural road trip

When worlds collide, you usually find drama. (read more)

Books - Wild hearts

One of the true marvels of world literature, the poetry of Sappho has taken another small but important leap forward. (read more)

Theatre - Oxford courtship complications

The Frank Loesser who wrote the songs for Where's Charley? seems an entirely different species than the Frank Loesser who two years later... (read more)

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